Posts tagged predictions
Analytics Predictions and Priorities for 2019

IIA leaders Bill Franks, Tom Davenport and Bob Morison revealed their list of 2019 analytics predictions and priorities for data-driven enterprises. Pressing topics include ethics, unique data, artificial intelligence, security, model deployment, and organizing talent.

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Perfect Information Doesn't Equal Perfect Predictions

Many organizations attempt to achieve “data nirvana” by having 100% complete information for any given business decision. In the customer analytics space, this is sometimes referred to as a “360 degree view of the customer.” However, we really never know everything about our customers. What we call a 360 degree view is really just the most complete view we have at any given time.

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Analytic Teams Are Rapidly Reaching Critical Mass

Over the past year, I have seen a very positive and encouraging shift in my discussions with organizations about the analytic talent that they employ.  More and more discussions are about how to best structure an analytics organization as many companies have now found themselves with enough analytic professionals to make it necessary to figure out how to make the most of them.

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Will The Big Data Bubble Burst In 2013?

I am going to go out on a limb, put a prediction in writing, and hope that I’m not eating serious humble pie in 12 months!  I predict that in 2013, the big data bubble will begin to spring some serious leaks. The bubble may not fully burst in the next 12 months, but it will begin to deflate. However, I think this is actually a good thing and will help enable big data to have the impact it is capable of having in the future.

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